This weekend saw Modena, Italy hold the first FIS Big Air World Cup of the season. The massive jump constructed in the city centre didn’t disappoint with some huge tricks being thrown down for an awesome opening competition.
MEN'S BIG AIR: ALEX TAKES GOLD
Alex Hall put on another performance to remember in Italy, starting things off as he meant to go on with a dub 16 seatbelt-japan that racked up 92.25 points. Alex then went on to clinch another gold medal putting down a switch dub 14 seatbelt-japan, earning him another 91.75 points and a 2.25 buffer with second place.
WOMEN’S BIG AIR: SWISS ONE-TWO
Mathilde Gremaud set the standard from the start with a carving dub 12, earning a big 90.50 points and one of the first times we’ve seen her put that down. Giulia followed up with a dub 10, scoring her a 79.25.
Mathilde then laced up a perfect, notoriously stylish bio 9 and earning her 87.50 points. Giulia followed up by clinching second place behind her Swiss team mate with a nice switch left 9 to clinch 79.25 points.